Miocevich Retina Fellowship
The Miocevich family want to find a cure for autoimmune retinopathy. To achieve this goal they are sponsoring a new Fellowship at the Lions Eye Institute, created to investigate causes, diagnosis and treatment of autoimmune, inflammatory, neoplastic and degenerative diseases of the retina and choroid.
The Miocevich Retina Fellow will work with the Director of Clinical Research at the Lions Eye Institute in Perth, Western Australia commencing in 2015.
The Fellow will assist in general medical retina clinics, recruit clinical trials patients, perform retinal assessments and record clinical phenotype. Key responsibilities will include literature reviews, manuscript preparation, study designs, grant and ethics applications, coordination of participant recruitment and scheduling.
This prestigious position interacts with clinical and research collaborators in Australia and overseas to facilitate the conduct of multi-centre research projects.
For a full position description position description email Lisa Karabin (HR Officer) at the Lions Eye Institute on firstname.lastname@example.org. For further information on the position please contact Associate Professor Fred Chen on Fred.Chen@lei.org.au. Applicants are requested to submit an application letter, CV and the contact details of three professional referees to email@example.com.
The closing date for applications is 5.00 pm Western Australian time, 22 May 2015.
Lions Outback Vision-RANZCO Fellowship
The fellowship position commences in February each year. Refer to website for further information.
Lions Eye Institute
2 Verdun Street,
Nedlands WA 6009
Phone: +61 8 9346 3333
Fax: +61 8 9346 4146
Anterior Segment Fellowship
Fellowships are for 12 months, starting in January of each year
A/Prof Adam Gajdatsy, Head of Department of Ophthalmology
Prof Graham Barrett, Consultant Ophthalmologist
Sir Charles Gardner Hospital
Nedlands WA 6009